Dec 3rd 2010 By: Andy Khouri
The whimsical speech of Jedi Master Yoda may have progressed from endearingly eccentric to Jar-Jarringly annoying in recent years and in recent films, but the 900-year-old's memorable dialogue and that of other characters from the Star Wars
saga has been somewhat redeemed by cartoonist Adam Watson
with some inspiration from an unlikely source: Dr. Seuss
who really should have created a book about something called a Nerfherder.
Acting on that anarchic artist impulse that we love so much about the Internet, Watson reimagined some famous Star Wars
scenes and characters in the style of the legendary children's author, going so far as to create all-new rhymes in the Seussian tradition. The results are of course excellent, and like all the coolest things, make you wonder why nobody did this before. You can check out more of Watson's work after the jump.